Singer turned actor and fav by the ladies, Romeo Miller is now all grown up and showing off his abs on the new issue of Rolling Out Mag. More details below…….
See what the actor had to tell the magazine below:
On what makes a woman sexy:
“Education; gotta be a smart woman and independent. Good heart; everyone loves a woman who loves kids and their outlook on life is positive. You gotta know how to cook. If you don’t know how to cook then that’s a problem, especially if you’re from the South like me. And give good massages. I could keep going.”
On what he wants to be remembered for:
“I’m just trying to follow in my father’s footsteps and what he did. But the main thing is, I just want to make a difference. We use this entertainment, and what we do to make a difference in the world and help save lives and inspire kids. That’s what they say in the Bible, “God gives you a talent, you got to use that talent to inspire others.” At the end of the day it’s all about making a difference for our community and our future. So I kind of want to be the president without being the president really. I’m a let Barack Obama be the real president, but I’ll be in the foreshadow just playing my part in the community and just making a difference. And that’s why we work so hard. The bigger star you are the bigger amount of people you can reach out to.”
On staying relevant:
“I think a lot of artists don’t understand the concept of change. It’s just like, life because as a kid growing up in the business, I saw my father evolve every few years. Just knowing that everything is going to change with time and nothing stays the same. I remember I used to wear baggy jeans and everybody used to have their throwback jerseys. There’s no way I would wear those kind of clothes now. But just like fashion changes, your body, mind and life change as well.”
On his role in the Madea Witness Protection movie?
Well my new movie Madea Witness Protection, is with me, Tyler Perry, Eugene Levy and Tom Arnold. Tyler reached out to me and asked if I wanted to be a part of it, and being from New Orleans … it’s actually like a dream come true being able to work with him. That was somebody I always looked up to, and he reminds me of my father because what my dad did in the music industry, I feel that he’s taking that same formula and doing it in the acting world. So it was definitely a pleasure to do this movie with Tyler Perry, and I’m gonna say this right now, that it’s the funniest Madea movie out. It’s funny and it’s gonna make you laugh and cry, but you’re gonna learn something at the end of the day.”
You were also on “Single Ladies.” How have you adjusted to being a sex symbol?
I think my fans are really gonna appreciate my character on ‘Single Ladies’ and that’s why I wanted to do it — and that’s why I was so eager to do it and show my fans the more grown side. I don’t wanna rush anything, I wanna casually get into it, and that’s what I [have] been doing my whole career. That’s why I think people been respecting what we been doing. But, me and my character on ‘Single Ladies’ is a lot different from any character you’ve ever seen me play. It’s a little bit more intimate and a little bit more loving.”
Um okay… Check out some behind the scenes photos below:
Be sure to check out Mr. Miller’s 2012 issue of Rolling Out Magazine.